Christine Quinn locked out her own district from testifying they demand a hospital just like she pushed through an illegal 3rd democratic process flushed down the toilet.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Christine Quinn Protest: Isaac Mizrahi Doesn't Need A Full Service Hospital

Dear all:

Thank you for participating in the protest on Wednesday night. With our large numbers, our chants and the colorful posters, we’re a sight to behold for people who aren’t accustomed to seeing protests in that neighborhood.   I think we made a good impression, and w
e distributed hundreds of handouts.  I posted the photos below on FB, if you want to share them from my page or comment on the protest or on Quinn.
As usual, we had a several people thank us and agree that Quinn must be voted out of office, and we had several people ask us, "Who's Quinn?"  
A group of gay celebrities is hosting a fundraiser for Quinn’s campaign next Thursday (April 5th) at the Standard Hotel. I did a site check, and it’s a great venue for a protest. Everyone entering the event will see us. Stay tuned for an announcement. After that, I don’t have anything planned until May 6th, but I suspect something will come up.

Thanks again for coming out!


Next Thursday, April 5th, several celebrities are co-hosting a campaign fundraiser for Quinn at the Boom Boom Room in Standard Hotel in the "Meatpacking" district.  Among the hosts are Isaac Mizrahi, Tim Gunn, Andy Cohen and Thom Filiicia. Like many of her LGBT supporters, these celebrities probably know very little about her actual record.    

This event provides us with a great forum to educate some of her unwitting supporters, many of whom will wonder what Quinn has done to send people into the streets protesting against her. 

Please let me know if you can make it by sending me an email 

When: Thursday, April 5th, 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. 
Where: The Boom Boom Room in the Standard Hotel.  The entrance is directly under the High Line at 13th St between Washington St and the West Side Highway

On another note, we had a great protest in front of the 92nd St Y on Wednesday night.  We distributed hundreds of handouts not only the the people attending the event but also to the neighborhood locals.